Added by on 2019-03-28

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote In this video I show you how I am saving my rotting cactus with sulfur powder and a knife. Video Rating: / 5


  • my cacti sadly 10 months ago 🙁

  • Amber Shoshana 1 year ago

    thank you

  • lin cuautle 1 year ago

    Where can I get sulfur powder??

  • Jahid Hossain 1 year ago

    what is the name of this cactus?

  • Diana Sisto 1 year ago

    So I just cut mine, cleaned the knive with vodka as I did not have anything else xD I also did not use sulfur powder. I will let you guys know if it worked in a couple of months

  • GrowLLLTigeRRR 1 year ago

    I can't find the update video. Did your cactus survive?

  • Stacia Gorden 1 year ago

    Hello, I bought a cactus called desert gems. I found out that my cacti is painted with a gel like paint and my cacti is dying. Do you think i can save it ? It seems to be rotting and not doing well 🙁

  • Taylor Wymer 1 year ago

    I want your Instagram

  • Dave Eglaus 1 year ago

    do you still have to water the cactus after. If yes ….how?

  • VogelKonigin 1 year ago

    You're a mad man touching that cactus

  • Sierra Dillard 1 year ago

    Is there something I can substitute the sulfur power with?

  • Lita De Vera 1 year ago

    Hello sir. After i cut it and apply sulfur powder, should i plant it while having a sulfur powder on its bottom? Or hang it and wait till 2 or 3 months?
    Sorry for my english.

  • The Truth Of The Matter 1 year ago

    Broken hearted I found mine rotted this morning…onliy the tip seemed to be half ok. I'm hoping I can prop the top at aleast but have my doubts. I'm so saddened by this…my Mom gave it to me & she passed 4 days afterwards. );

  • Petr Škobrtal 1 year ago

    Hi! Thanks for the video. Is it really necessary to use sulphur? If so, can I use anything else, becouse its really hard to get it here. Thank you! 🙂

  • aja striger 1 year ago

    What do the white spots in the soil mean?

  • Milk 1 year ago

    Hi, I'm so sorry to bother you but do you by any chance know how to save other suculants from rotting? If so thank you. Its alright if you dont. 🙂 Once again thank you.

  • Bendy 1 year ago


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